Seattle University Employee Benefit: Retirement Plan | Glassdoor

Seattle University Retirement Plan

Updated Jan 03, 2019

7 employees reported this benefit


Employer Summary

Upon hire, you may contribute a pre-tax portion of your regular pay to a retirement account with Fidelity and invest your money in investment funds with favorable fees and performance. You may also change your paycheck contribution at any time with Fidelity. Your contributions are 100% vested which means that you own the dollars as soon as they are deposited in your account.

After one year of service (or immediately with applicable prior service), the University will contribute an amount equal to 10% of regular salary each month for eligible employees to the retirement plan. You must be credited with 1,000 work hours in a calendar year to earn the University’s contributions for that same year. You have the same retirement investment options at Fidelity.


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